Thursday, September 21, 2006

Kind words can come a Long way...

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Some people, though they come into our lives for a few moments tend to stay with us for a life time with their values and morals. One need not be professionally a teacher or a philosopher inorder to inflict good values in us. We have a lots to learn from the people around in this world.
A symbiotic relationship with the co-existing living beings will help us building a better future.
In the current scenario yesterday's people live only in the form of a surname with us and not with their values in majority of the cases.
What we need is the good values that should be imbibed from our ancestors and imparted to the future generations.
This old man not only lived that day but the rest of your life and our lives, through his values. "Regards to that great philosopher"

Rags said...

I guess this is a great example of how children are very receptive to the slightest positive change that is being directed towards their lives and thoughts.
We have to focus on children's education not only on an academic level but also on the personal and more psychological levels. Multi-dimensional growth of an individual is the key.

RR said...

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rr said...

Just like that tryed my hands - creating some design to say this .. "2 Good:" but by chance like a kid I pressed 'Enter' Key - Ting Tong

Sorry for suddent shift in serious discussion...

Anonymous said...

that was very cute rr...i was laughing a lot and yu have a good sense of humor...keep it up..once in a while we need to take things light..right??
have a good day!

R.Nith said...

rr for a sec i thought some kid really understood the story and gave such a comment. only after reading the next line i relalized its a adult kid. ;)

Anonymous said...

I appreciate the person who has made the cartoon and the moral story.It tells a great message that we need to make a positive impact on people around us and think for the betterment of the society and not to dwell into our own lives.
I would also like to take up a similar scenario where we can tell others who litter on the roads to stop doing that.As we would not even remember how many times we compare India and developed countries like U.S and U.K with regards to cleanliness of the places and cities,when we are the people to be blamed for this plight.Lets remember this and make the world a better place to live.
Thanks for your time.